10/04/13 - RMC Bids Adieu to Old Friends and Welcomes New Hires

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This summer marked the departure of several Center staff.

Dr. Anjali Gupta recently moved to India to continue working on issues related to education as a staffer for the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) . Shortly thereafter, Laura Stelling, Graduate Research Assistant and student at the LBJ School of Public Affairs graduated and was offered a position at theAustin Independent School District. She has taken on a position as Evaluation Analyst with the Department of Research and Evaluation. Gary Davis, the Bryna and Henry David Fellow and class president at the LBJ School of Public Affairs graduated and accepted a position atSEDL, a non-profit education research, development, and dissemination organization based in Austin.  He is a program specialist in their Texas Comprehensive Center, focusing on providing support and technical assistance to the Texas Education Agency to help implement, scale up and sustain its college and career readiness initiatives.

While some were leaving the RMC, others were joining us. First, Ashweeta Patnaik joined RMC as a Social Science Research Associate. She most recently hails from the University of Texas A&M in College Station, where she worked as a research scientist. Amna Kahn also rejoined the Center as a Social Science Research Associate, returning to RMC after time working in Pakistan.  Before the semester began, Amanda Briggs was hired as a Graduate Research Assistant from the LBJ School of Public Affairs. She will be working on the Dual Generation Strategy Initiative Project, amongst others. She is in her second year at LBJ.

 
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